The prints in the Haloid Company Collection pre-date the company's involvement with xerography. They appear to be photographs
intended to be used as examples of the various textures of "modern photographic papers."
The Haloid Company, Rochester, New York, was founded in 1906 to manufacture and sell photographic paper. In 1958, the name
of the company was changed from the Haloid Company to Haloid Xerox Inc. Three years later, Haloid Xerox became Xerox Corporation.
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